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    Re: The R-09. Maybe I'm being thick, but why does it matter how the exam is recorded as long as the end product is a standard audio CD? The R-09 can record straight to a WAV file. I don't understand why this would be a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Did I miss a reference to knoppix somewhere?

    I saw audacity mentioned but that was all.
    Oops - I did mean audacity sorry, - think I wrote that post while trying to track down a version of knoppix with a working antivirus (as f-prot's site was down) to clean up a bit of a mess somebody had made!

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    How about a Zoom H4. This records onto SD Cards.

    ZOOM | H4 | PA, Disco & Musical Equipment | Audio, Video & TV | CPC

    I would have said the quality was more than sufficient for music exams, and it will take external mics if required.

    Obviously for a full days session you will need a few SD cards, and need to remember to burn the files to audio CD later.



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